Seney, with minimal traffic and no floatation devices allowed on its pools or marshes, is a haven for birds and other wildlife. Here are some tips if you are interested in photographing them.
Holland offers friendly sights, bursting blooms, holiday happenings and excellent food and drink—well beyond spring’s Tulip Time festival.
Since 1898, the Parsons family has farmed the land and tapped the maple trees at Harwood Lake, about 12 miles south of Charlevoix, for “liquid gold.”
Michigan is one of the top 10 maple syrup producing states. It is the first harvest of the year and is celebrated with festivals around the state.
A guided tour of the Motown Museum offers a glimpse into the humble beginnings of the success story, including Gordy’s upper flat, where the dining table served as the label’s shipping department.
The Muskegon Winter Sports Complex, at the north end of Muskegon State Park on Lake Michigan, has been part of the winter sports scene since 1984. Its most famous element is its luge track, one of only four in the country.
In 1989, Julie and David Sprenger rescued this 45-room Victorian mansion and restored it as the Laurium Manor Inn, where guests sleep in the Hoatson family bedrooms and breakfast in the dining room with its elephant hide-covered walls.
Meijer Gardens ranks among the 100 most-visited museums in the world, with more than 700,000 annual visitors.
Ann Arbor boasts big-city charm and loads to do, whether you want to try river paddling, paella or peruse funky shops.
Mushing isn’t just for the Alaskan wilderness: dog sledding in Michigan’s U.P. is just as exhilarating in the state’s untouched snowy terrain.
You’ll find finger lickin’ good chicken dinners, from the Motor City to hidden gems across the Mitten State.
The Ford Rouge Factory Tour is Michigan’s only automotive factory tour—and a chance to see the beefy F-150 truck being built before your eyes.